Technology Enhanced Classroom technologies provide multi-media opportunities for the face-to-face classroom. Whether it's using the document camera to show printed page information, making audio or video content available for students, displaying websites or other electronic content, the features of a Technology Enhanced Classroom allow faculty to connect with a wide variety of learners according to their needs.
Technology Enhanced classroom equipment is located in the teaching podium at the front of the classroom. All equipment, including the overhead projector, is operated from within the podium or using a remote control. Please DO NOT touch the projector itself. To operate the projector, locate and turn on the power switch on the face of the computer’s hard drive and also the switcher, located on the top of the podium cabinet. Please be sure to power down the equipment, close the doors, and lock the cabinet when you have finished.
Choose PC1 (the screen will display your monitor), VCR/DVD (to play prerecorded video materials), DOC (to use the ELMO document camera), or other appropriate option on the front of the switcher or from the remote. Contact the IT Help Desk at x5555 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with Technology Enhanced Classrooms.
Note: Rooms designated with an asterisk (*) are also equipped with a touch-screen control system.
BH 135A (Mac)
BH 215 (Mac)
Brighton Lecture Hall (located in Science Hall)
Butcher Education Center
Newman's Division of Nursing
William Allen White Library
Electronic Classroom (LEC)